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  • New prayer leader is Set up

    Haley Troullier is appointed as a new leader of the Atlanta Elim chapter. Following the appointment, she shared her reflection “I am excited to help Atlanta as part of elim. I thank prayer is really important to mission and I hope that through strong prayer we ca strengthen Atlanta mission” She will lead prayer meetings…

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  • College Ministry Plans 3-Days Welcome Week Event for New Semester

    The recently established YEF at Georgia State University is pushing full throttle ahead into the fall semester. Officers have spent most of the Summer semester planning for the future, and they intend to kickstart the School year with a 3-day welcome week event for all students. YEF President, Adriane Davis looks forward to this event…

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  • Church Ministers visited New campus to open mission at fall

    Church Ministers took a look Georgia Institute of Technology on July 16th. Ministers visited school to meet students as evangelism and prayer. Ministers and members have been praying for GA Tech for a while, because there are so many lost souls but no regular mission work yet. “I received member’s prayers and encouragement when I…

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  • Wednesday Service; Persecution Ignites Gentile Mission

    This Wednesday, Minister Danielle continued in Acts in chapter 8. She recounted the scenes after Stephen’s death; ones of persecution and dispersal of the early church. “But how ironic is it,” she laughs, “that the thing that was meant to stifle the people of God, allowed the gospel to spread even to the land of…

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  • Atlanta Church; Meditating on the Relationship

    Atlanta Bethel Community Church meditated on the message of relationship through many stories in the bible. Pastor preached on message mainly from Luke 15, brought out the parables of the lost coin, the sheep and the prodigal son. He explained one by one on heavenly Father’s love for us, the lost one and the relationship…

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  • Church Held Cooking Class as Monthly Outreach Program

    Happy cooking was at Atlanta Bethel Community Church. On June 16th, there was ‘Authentic Asian Cooking Class’ and all participants learned ‘Sweet & Sour Chicken’. There were 5 students including kids and shared fun time. Asian cooking class is one of the outreach programs of Atlanta Church. Minister Hyunhee Park usually teaches every the other…

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  • Ministers to Have Daily Prayer Meeting on Campus

    Atlanta Church ministers focus on evangelism and finding new souls on campus. Church Minister had a conference. They discussed on current bible study students and strategy to find 12 regular bible study students for each and 7 committed members in summer.   They set a standard of 40 minutes prayer for mission every day. Ministers,…

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  • Members Become One In Prayer For Mission

    Atlanta summer mission began powerfully on June 11th, at Georgia State University. As summer class beings, ministers have prayed for fruitful mission before fall semester begins. They ask prayers for mission to every member either they are together or away for summer. Ministers keep updating prayer request and grace in members’ chat and it encourages…

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  • Church Renewed Sunday School Space and Plan

    Atlanta Bethel Community Church set up new plan for Sunday school from June. During the first week of June, ministers cleaned and decorated Sunday school room for effective caring. Church has several kids including pastor’s kids, and they are various in age and understanding of God. But one teacher should teach and care them during…

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  • Church Meditated on the Importance of Unity with Christ

    Atlanta Bethel Community Church reminded again the importance of unity with the Lord, like vine tree and branches. On Sunday 27th, pastor delivered message from John 15:1-6, Isaiah 5:1-7. He explained that how much Israelites considered vineyard and how they raised it. Using this parable, Jesus is teaching us a very precious message in faith….

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